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Jackson helped to bring an early end to the Bank of the United States by
b) beginning to deposit government funds in state banks rather than in the Bank of the United States.
Jackson's action in regard to the Indians was to
b) refuse to enforce a Supreme Court decision in the Indians' favor.
John C. Calhoun's theory of nullification provided
c) that states had the right to "nullify" specific pieces of federal legislation
In the Jacksonian era, free blacks in the North
d) experienced pervasive discrimination and segregation
In the early nineteenth century,
c) many states dropped property requirements for voting
The two main rivals in the Jackson adminstration were
d) Martin Van Buren and John C. Calhoun
The immediate issue that spurred the Webster-Hayne debate was the
c) sale of western lands
To keep the government financially sound after the panic of 1837, Van Buren proposed
c) an independent treasury
The Whig party developed in opposition to
b) Jacksonian Democrats
In dealing with internal improvements, Andrew Jackson
c) supported federal funds only for interstate programs
In the Webster-Hayne debate, Webster managed to subtly drive a wedge between the South and the West in Congress
True
Martin Van Buren was known as the "Little Magician" and the "Red Fox"
True
Daniel Webster said, "Liberty and Union, now and forever, one and inseparable."
True
Resistance to the Indian Removal Act came largely from northern tribes.
False
The first third party in American presidental politics was the Anti-Masonic party.
True
In Worchester v. Georgia, the supreme court ruled the Georgia law did not apply to the Cherokee nation.
True
Depositing federal funds in "pet banks" helped to stop the mania of speculation in the nation in 1836 and 1837.
False
The "Eaton malaria" united Van Buren and Calhoun.
False
In 1840, William Henry Harrison campaigned as a strong supporter of internal improvement and a national bank.
False
To defend nullification, Calhoun resigned as vice president.
True
In Worchester v. Georgia, the supreme court ruled the Georgia law did not apply to the Cherokee nation.
True
Depositing federal funds in "pet banks" helped to stop the mania of speculation in the nation in 1836 and 1837.
False
The "Eaton malaria" united Van Buren and Calhoun.
False
In 1840, William Henry Harrison campaigned as a strong supporter of internal improvement and a national bank.
False
To defend nullification, Calhoun resigned as vice president.
True